A Work on a Wheel: Music and Fine Arts Camp 2016

A Work on a Wheel: Music and Fine Arts Camp 2016
Event on 2016-07-01 13:00:00
A Work on a Wheel: Music and Fine Arts Camp 2016 provides a holistic collaborative, and educational experience that connects increased knowledge to passion across the fields of music, production, and the arts.  Participants must be entering the 7th grade or older. See details below.   ALL REGISTRATIONS HAVE AN ADDITIONAL PROCESSING FEE OF .12.   There is no fee to register by  phone at 1-402-457-5231 or 1-800-228-9553.   Pick one module per night and one master class. Participants may not attend more than one module per night.     Master Classes   How To Build Your Record Company (Instructor: TBA/TBA Local Talent):  This class will give students an overview of developing and executing business plans to establish small firms (i.e., record companies and startups). This discussion will include strategic positioning and competitor analysis, as well as marketing, teaming, and project and operations management. (one week)Fort Omaha Campus, Building 21, 30th and Fort streets WOAW-001N-20         MTWTH          06:15P-07:30P            06/27-06/30            Songwriting (Instructor: Percy Bady): This class will explore the craft of songwriting in various styles; as well as channeling, inspiration, creativity, discipline and techniques in songwriting. (one week)Fort Omaha Campus, Building 21, 30th and Fort streets WOAW-002N-20         MTWTH          06:15P-07:30P            06/27-06/30            Music Business (Instructor: Ted Winn): This class will give students an overview of the music industry, including valuable information regarding the gospel music specialization. Key areas of business related to music will include diversity of the music industry, career paths in areas such as arts management, music products and merchandizing, public relations, music production and recording, publishing and online music distribution. (one week)Fort Omaha Campus, Building 21, 30th and Fort streets WOAW-003N-20         MTWTH          07:45P-09:00P            06/27-06/30            Building Your Brand and Packaging Your Music (Instructor: Benita Bellamy): This class will explore marketing strategy that involves creating a differentiated name and image — often using a logo and/or tag line — in order to establish a presence in the target consumer's mind and attract and keep fans, consumers and followers. (one week)Fort Omaha Campus, Building 21, 30th and Fort streets WOAW-004N-20         MTWTH          07:45P-09:00P            06/27-06/30            Instrumental Classes (All Instrumental classes will have Beginning/Intermediate and Advanced classes) Guitar (Clarence Nichols, George Walker, Joshua Austin): Instruction in the basic and advanced developmental techniques in solo and ensemble performances, stage etiquette, interpretation, improvisation and accompaniment. This class will also enforce proper tuning, instrument mastery and correct posture and hand position. (one week)Fort Omaha Campus, Building 22, 30th and Fort streets WOAW-005N-20         MTWTH          06:15P-07:30P            6/27-06/30              Bass (Kenneth Diggs, Jacob Sorensen): Instruction in the basic and advanced developmental performance techniques. Enhancement of tone, sound quality and style development will also be demonstrated. (one week) Fort Omaha Campus, Building 22, 30th and Fort streets  WOAW-006N-20         MTWTH          07:45P-09:00P            06/27-06/30              Drums (Terry Baker, Allen Sykes, Andrew Brookins):  Instruction in the basic and advanced developmental performance techniques. This will include drum language, exercising proper drumming speed and comfort, proper holding and striking the drum, coordination drills, and rhythms and instruction when playing with a group or as an accompaniment. (one week)Salem Baptist Church, 3131 Lake St. WOAW-007N-20         MTWTH          06:15P-07:30P            06/27-06/30            Keyboards (Tomas Hardin Jr., Michael Diver, Al Meeks):  Instruction in the basic and advanced development of functional keyboard skills, including scales, arpeggios, improvisation, harmonization and accompaniment. (one week)Fort Omaha Campus, Building 22, 30th and Fort streets WOAW-008N-20         MTWTH          07:45P-09:00P            06/27-06/30            Audio Classes Sound Engineering (Kevin Kelley): This course will instruct students in the basics of effectively reinforcing live sound. (one week)Salem Baptist Church, 3131 Lake St. WOAW-009N-20         MTWTH          06:15P-07:30P           06/27-06/30              Music Production (Darek Cobbs): An overview of computers and music focusing on broad themes of people, procedures, data structures, software, hardware and computer music environments. (one week)Salem Baptist Church, 3131 Lake St. WOAW-011N-20         MTWTH          06:15P-07:30P            06/27-06/30            Studio Engineering (Johnny Gomez): This course will instruct students in learning the basic concepts of acoustics and electronics and how they can be applied to understand musical sound and make music with electronic instruments. Topics will include sound waves, musical sound, basic electronics and applications of these basic principles in amplifiers and speaker design. (one week) Salem Baptist Church, 3131 Lake St.  WOAW-010N-20         MTWTH          07:45P-09:00P            06/27-06/30              English This course will cover the proper techniques, theories and practices of public speaking. (one week)Fort Omaha Campus, Building 21, 30th and Fort streets WOAW-012N-20         MTWTH          06:15P-07:30P            06/27-06/30              Technology Visual Arts (MCC Instructor TBA):  This course will introduce students to the languages, concepts and practices of art through visual and art historical perspectives. Students will also be introduced to all of the visual art practices, including drawing and painting, sculpture, printmaking, photography, conceptual and installation art, video art, earthworks and performance art, as well as craft and graphic design. (one week)Fort Omaha Campus, Building 21, 30th and Fort streets WOAW-013N-20         MTWTH          06:15P-07:30P            06/27-06/30            Photography (Ron Coleman):  Students will learn basic camera techniques and how to process their images in digital format. This course will provide the student with basic aesthetic principles as well as an extensive range of practical photographic techniques needed for entry into the photographic workplace and/or for artistic expression. (one week)Fort Omaha Campus, 30th and Fort streets WOAW-014N-20         MTWTH          07:45P-09:00P            06/27-06/30              Fine Arts Drama (Sandra Foster):   This class will build and expand vocal, acting and movements skills. The course is designed to increase student's understanding of theatre as an art form and cultural influence. (one week)Holland Performing Arts Center, 1200 Douglas St. WOAW-015N-20         MTWTH          06:00P-09:00P            06/27-06/30            Dance (Shirley Jordan, Lisa Medley): This class will allow students to become acquainted with basic techniques of dance and movement. The class will provide vast gains in movement skills and finding confidence and enjoyment through dance. (one week)Holland Performing Arts Center, 1200 Douglas St. WOAW-016N-20         MTWTH          06:00P-09:00P            06/27-06/30            Art (Instructor TBA):  An introduction to the technical and conceptual aspects of two and three dimensional design, focusing on drawing and sculpture. Students will develop an understanding of 2- and 3-D designs, learn handmade and shop oriented technologies, and explore analytical and conceptual drawing. (one week)Holland Performing Arts Center, 1200 Douglas St. WOAW-017N-20         MTWTH          06:00P-09:00P            06/27-06/30            Choral (Tyler Gruttemeyer, Ceaira Dunn, Cedric Nunley):  This class will emphasize the basics of vocal technique, music theory and history. Students will learn to better identify their voice part and its relevance within an ensemble. Music will be explored through various genres, cultures and periods. (one week)Holland Performing Arts Center, 1200 Douglas St. WOAW-018N-20         MTWTH          06:00P-09:00P            06/27-06/30           

at Salem Children’s Center
3131 Lake St
Omaha, United States

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